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Maybe You Don’t Need a Date Picker
Calendar controls, date pickers, date widgets, whatever you call them, however they are described, they follow the same basic principle — present the user with a calendar to enter a date (and sometimes a time).
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After months of hard work from hundreds of contributors, the React Native Core team is proud to announce the release of version 0.60. This release handles significant migrations for both Android and iOS platforms, and many issues are resolved too. This blog post covers the highlights of the release.
There isn’t a web designer alive who doesn’t wish they could get back the hours of their life spent scouring CSS for seemingly impossible-to-find bugs...
In general a memory leak is the situation in which a software holds on to a piece of memory which it doesn't really need anymore. In JavaScript this most likely means that there is a reference to an object somewhere which you totally forgot about. But for the garbage collection it is impossible to distinguish between objects which are still in use and those that have just been forgotten somewhere.
Who doesn't love the bajillion open source extensions available for the public to use and contribute to?
If you're looking for more tools to add onto your development kit, this article should help you find a new tool to adopt!
In this article, Miriam takes a deeper dive into the ‘CSS Custom Properties for Cascading Variables’ specification to ask, “Why are they called custom properties, how do they work in the cascade, and what else can we do with them?”
For beginners
Here are some every day tricks to make your JavaScript code much more readable.
Hello from the server side
In this article, we will look at how to identify these patterns out in the wild and look at how you can start using them in your own projects.
Spec of the week
Learn how to use the new Intl object to format data into a specific locale